Chad Steven Henne is an American football quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft. Henne attended the University of Michigan, where he became the second all time true freshman starting quarterback in Michigan history. He is also a member of the Wilson High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
About Chad Henne in brief
Chad Steven Henne is an American football quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft. Henne attended the University of Michigan, where he became the second all time true freshman starting quarterback in Michigan history. In his senior season, Henne led the Wolverines to a Capital One Bowl victory over Florida and was named as the game’s MVP. He is also a member of the Wilson High School Athletic Hall of Fame. He aspires to become a coach at his alma mater following his lengthy NFL career.Henne was named to the Pennsylvania All-State Football Team as a senior in 2003, selected to participate in the 47th Annual Big 33 Football Classic in July 2004, was named the Pennsylvania Football Gatorade Player of the Year for 2003–2004, and earned national recognition as aMember of the 2003– 2004 Parade High School All-American Football Team. He also played in the 2004 S. Army All- American Bowl as a members of the East Army Army Bowl team. He played in 43 scholastic games for the Bulldogs over four seasons, earning a record of 33–10. He amassed 7,071 passing yards in his high school career, which was fourth-most all-time in PIAA history at the conclusion of the Henne’s senior season in the fall of 2003, behind John Veach, Evan Kraky, and Ron Powlus. Henne owns three significant Wilson football program records : career passing yardage ; career passing touchdowns, and most touchdown passes in a game.
In October 2014, he was inducted into the Wilson high school Athletic Hall of Fame in a ceremony held at the Wilson Senior High School in West Lawn, Pennsylvania. He announced his plans to become a Wolverine at the University of Michigan before his first game as senior. Before his junior year in 2002, he narrowed his college options down to five schools: Miami, Georgia, Tennessee, Penn State and Penn State. At the end of his junior season in 2002,. Henne announced his options down to five colleges: Miami, Georgia, Tennessee, Penn State and Penn State. In 2004, he entered the 2004 season as a freshman and third on the depth chart behind redshirt sophomore redshirt quarterback Clayton Richard and redshirt freshman redshirt redshirt shirt sophomore Matt Gutierrez. He rotated at QB with junior Ian Firestone in the Week 1 storm-delayed win vs Harrisburg but would start the final 10 games and play the majority of the positional snaps. His 2002 Wilson Bulldogs squad finished their regular season undefeated with a record of 10–0 and were the 2002 PiaA District 3 AAAA runner-up, falling to Central Dauphin in a thrilling championship game. His Wilson football teams won two Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 1 titles, the first his freshman year ) and the second his Junior season.